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St. John’s Online provides, for the first time, data and essays relating to the parish of St. John’s, Parramatta, including St. John’s Cemetery, in a browseable and searchable open-access database. As such, the Project is an original model and is the intellectual property of founder, director, editor and transcriber, Dr. Michaela Ann Cameron, who asserts copyright in it.
The Collections published on this website were designed by Dr. Michaela Ann Cameron, founder, director and editor of St. John’s Online, and are as such copyright. No reproduction is permitted of the various Collections on this website in any form—either in their current configurations or any other configuration (smaller, i.e. two or more essays, or larger) of the essays selected for publication by Dr. Cameron, without her consent as copyright holder.
St. John’s Online is not the sole copyright holder of many of the individual pieces of content appearing on this website. The Project has received permission from each of the contributors via author agreements to publish the content on this website and has been granted permission to use pictorial images from the relevant agencies. However, as director and editor, Dr. Michaela Ann Cameron asserts copyright in the foundational research required to identify the essay subject and assignment to an appropriate expert, as well as in the edited versions of those published essays contributed by authors, including the visual design of each piece resulting from the multimedia research completed by Dr. Cameron. There is, in short, joint copyright in the essays and blog posts presented here, so licensing them for republication can only proceed with the permission of all copyright holders. [See “Permissions” below for more information about transcription copyright]
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To cite the project and website as a whole, please use the following format:
- Michaela Ann Cameron, St. John’s Online, (stjohnsonline.org, [insert access year]), accessed [insert full access date].
- Michaela Ann Cameron, St. John’s Online, (stjohnsonline.org, 2017), accessed 14 June 2017.
To cite an entire year of burial transcriptions please use the following format:
- Michaela Ann Cameron, “Burial Year [insert year],” St. John’s Online, (stjohnsonline.org, [insert access year]), [insert webpage address], accessed [insert full access date].
- Michaela Ann Cameron, “Burial Year 1790,” St. John’s Online, (stjohnsonline.org, 2016), https://stjohnsonline.org/burials/year-1790/, accessed 3 April 2016.
Parish Registration Entries
To cite an individual parish registration entry on the website, please refer to the “CITATION” section below every entry.
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To cite a particular profile page on the website, please use the following format:
- Michaela Ann Cameron, “[insert name of profiled person including their birth and death dates,” St. John’s Online, (stjohnsonline.org, [insert current year]), [insert webpage address for the specific profile page], accessed [insert current date].
- Michaela Ann Cameron, “Mary Kelly (c.1758–1820),” St. John’s Online, (stjohnsonline.org, 2016), https://stjohnsonline.org/name/mary-kelly/, accessed 4 March 2016.
Recommended citation formats are available by clicking on the CITE THIS information provided at the end of every essay.